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CSPAN
Oct 7, 2012 5:45am EDT
happens. but leon panetta said we don't want to buy the same horse twice. we don't want to see buying into the same to cost the lives of the people. >> to pay and his outspoken and very strong comments is the example to be admired. your government has spoken out forcefully of the abuses of the regime and our government could take a lesson from new. >> i work closely with your government japan also have a special envoy for north korea human-rights and reworked closely for number of years. given it is highly unlikely the regime will fall because of the external force it does not seem apparent although no one never knows, the the to that supports the regime will dump him and who knows what would emerge? the best chance for change is from within the north korea community itself. the more light that is shed the more likely is to re-emerge a significant number are getting access to information something that did not exist 10 years ago. to the extent the japanese government can facilitate more radio transmissions into north korea those that are willing to support who can really shed light fr
CSPAN
Oct 14, 2012 8:15am EDT
panetta who said, and bob gates goes a we don't want to buy the same horse toys. we have been coming up on six or seven times now if a new president in south korea comes up later in office later issued come we don't want to see mrs. are buying into the same faƇade for the sake of the parents of the progress at the cost of lives of the people spent i would like to make one other quick comment since the question at issue in japan. japan's outspoken and very strong comments on the abduction of its citizens are an example, your government has spoken out forcefully about the human abuses of the north korean regime, and our government could take a lesson from you on that. >> the one other point i would make him and i work very closely with your government, japan also had a special envoy for north korea human rights. we worked very closely together for a number of years. given that it is highly unlikely at any point soon that the regime is going to fall because of any kind of external force, and it also doesn't seem a parent, although one never knows when something like this could unravel, th
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